© 2018 - Anslow Parish Council - Last updated 8th February 2019

Your Next Planning Committee Meeting

will be on Wednesday 6th March 2019

at Anslow Village Hall, commencing promptly at 6.00pm, prior to the Parish Council meeting starting at 6.30pm.  Members of the public are welcome to attend for part or all of the Meeting.  The meetings are usually held on a Wednesday evening, starting with a 15 minute public session inviting members of the public to raise any matters of concern regarding the planning applications on the agenda.  Once the public session is over, members of the public can leave or stay for the remainder of the meeting, but they are not entitled to speak during the formal business of the council unless specifically invited to do so by the Chairman of the Planning Committee.

Planning Applications

Most Recent Applications Received by Anslow Parish Council: Click Here

Anslow Parish Council are consulted on all planning applications within the Parish Boundary.  Each application is reviewed and considered by the Parish Councillors at the monthly Planning Committee Meetings (see dates below). The Planning Committee’s decision is forwarded to the appropriate Planning Officer at East Staffordshire Planning Department who are then responsible for making the final decision on the application.  A list of all current and recent applications can be viewed by accessing the ESBC’s Planning Portal here  

Planning Committee Meeting Dates 2019 - Wednesday Evenings

23rd January 2019 - 6pm start before APC meeting at 6.30pm February date to be confirmed   6th March at 6pm start before APC meeting at 6.30pm April date to be confirmed 8th May  JOINT PLANNING & ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PARISH MEETING - 6pm start before APC meeting at 6.30pm June date to be confirmed 10th July - 6pm start before APC meeting at 6.30pm August date to be confirmed 11th September - 6pm start before APC meeting at 6.30pm October date to be confirmed 6th November - 6pm start before APC meeting at 6.30pm December date to be confirmed Anslow Parish’s Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP)

Documentation is available to view on East Staffordshire Borough Council’s website: Click Here

© 2018 - Anslow Parish Council - Last updated 28 February 2018

Your Next Planning

Committee Meeting

will be on 7th March

2018 at 6.30pm

... at Anslow Village Hall, commencing promptly at 6.30pm.  Members of the public are welcome to attend for part or all of the Meeting. The meetings are usually held on a Wednesday evening, starting with a 15 minute public session inviting members of the public to raise any matters of concern regarding the planning applications on the agenda.  Once the public session is over, members of the public can leave or stay for the remainder of the meeting, but they are not entitled to speak during the formal business of the council unless specifically invited to do so by the Chairman.

Planning Applications

Anslow Parish Council are consulted on all planning applications within the Parish Boundary.  Each application is reviewed and considered by the Parish Councillors at the monthly Planning Committee Meetings (see dates below). The Planning Committee’s decision is forwarded to the appropriate Planning Officer at East Staffordshire Planning Department who are then responsible for making the final decision on the application.  A list of all current and recent applications can be viewed by accessing the ESBC’s Planning Portal here  

Planning Committee Meeting Dates

2018 - Wednesday Evenings

24th January 2018 - Extraordinary Meeting 7th February Cancelled 15th February (Thursday) Extraordinary Meeting 6pm 7th March 4th April 23rd May  JOINT PLANNING & ANNUAL PARISH MEETING 13th June 25th July 22nd August 26th September 24th October 28th November 12th December Anslow Parish’s Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP)

Documentation is available to view on East

Staffordshire Borough Council’s website: Click

Here

 

Most Recent Applications Received by

Anslow Parish Council: Click Here

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